5 Indian Beauty Blogger-Approved Kajals
There are a few beauty products that are staples in every Indian girl’s makeup bag, and the good ol’ kajal is definitely one of them. This versatile product that has graced the Indian women’s eyes for years is the difference between looking put-together and looking sick. Given that this is one of the first products we tend to buy when we venture into makeup, we could do with a few options that are absolutely tear/ rain/ bullet-proof. So, we scoured the internet for kajal options that Indian beauty bloggers love, and these are the ones that have your back. Or your eyes, in this case.
Shreya Jain is a beauty blogger with over 300K followers, so you know she’s legit. And she’s been partial to the Nykaa Eyem 24/7 Kajal for the many reasons. One, it’s black. We are talking really black. Plus, it stays put on the waterline without abandoning it, so you won’t look like a panda. *adds to cart*
This one comes recommended by the beauty powerhouse called Debasree Banerjee. Now this one is her favourite, and she claims that it glides on easy, really shows strong, and stays all day long without complaint. It’s definitely dark (her videos are proof) and it’s one that we are seeing merit in.
Malvika Sitlani is particularly partial to this kajal and we can see why. First of all, when you put it on, you look like you have actually woken up and taken a particularly potent shot of coffee. This one is dark and really opens up your eyes. It also comes with a smudger; so if you want a more diffused look, this product is perfect.
When Ankita from Corallista says something, more than 400K people are leaning in and listening. So when she tells us that she’s loving the M.A.C kajal in Squid, we had to see why. And it’s all starting to make sense. This one is an intense, dark kajal that you will need only one swipe of. An added bonus? It will last through a crying session, a party, or anything you may subject it to.
Beauty bloggers are raving about this relatively new entrant to the kajal market. So is Shruti Arjun Anand. This one has many things going for it besides the fact that it’s really black. The brand is vegan, the kajal has been tested by ophthalmologists, and it promises to stick around for more than 12 hours. Now that’s really much longer than you need your kajal to last. Right?